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Floridians who have always dreamed of a white Christmas, are starting to get their wish. Over the last few years, you may have noticed an increased number of snow dusted lots, roadsides, lawns, and pastures throughout our area, despite temperatures in the 80s. From a distance, it looks like a scene from a northern, Christmas card. On closer inspection, it is actually a low growing plant, with lots of small, light colored flowers, giving the appearance of blankets of snow.

Largeflower Pusley, aka Florida Snow, is extremely drought tolerant and produces thousands of white, blue, pink or violet flowers, from September to January, that attract both butterflies and bees.

Source: Big Earth Supply
Location: Traylor Avenue

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